This webinar examines what works in implementing shared decision making and self-management support – core components of person centred care – into mainstream health care services.
Kate Martin, a member of the Shared Decision Making in CAMHS Steering Group, talks about how shared decision making has changed practice and improved outcomes in CAMHS services.
We asked a number of people from projects that we've funded for their views on how a person-centred approach can improve the quality of care.
Alf Collins discusses the approaches needed to measure what matters to individual patients, as opposed to measures for resource allocation, system quality or accountability.
We asked people from one of our programmes what 'changing relationships' meant to them and also what they found to be the most surprising learning from their project.
Natalie Grazin gives an introduction to self management, and the theory and evidence behind it.
Self-management support is the assistance caregivers give to patients with chronic disease in order to encourage daily decisions that improve health-related behaviours and clinical outcomes.